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good morning, america. this morning, dna match. tests confirm the man accused of holding three women against their will for a decade fathered a child with one of the victims. and the last captive, the woman held longest in the house of horrors leaves the hospital. >> until the connection mounting evidence suggested bombers were involved from the gruesome murders of three men in 2011. drugs and cash were involved. find out why miss believe there is a link. look at this lightning strike caught on camera. a home, one of thousands of lightning strikes and more than 100 reports of severe weather. where are these storms headed now? an amazing bear's eye view
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of the world. from dumpster diving to finding dandelions. we'll tell you why one state went to such extremes to learn what these big guys do all day. good morning, everybody. happy saturday morning. lots to get to including a look at the jodi arias murder scene. a unique look that not even the jury got to see. "20/0's" elizabeth vargas and dan abrams taking us inside an exact replica where she killed her ex-boyfriend five years ago. >> prosecutors focused on 70 seconds of what took place in that room. outrage over what's being served at a restaurant in florida. listen to this, tacos filled with lion meat. it serves other exitic entries including gazelle and kangaroo.
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it's the lion that is making the news there. this is not cheap. >> i can't believe it's legal. also this morning, check out this fight between two teenage girls caught on camera. so why is their school bus driver facing charges. infuriating case coming up on "gma." we'll start with those new details out of cleveland, michelle knight, the first woman to be held captive in that house at seymour avenue is now the last to leave the hospital. >> also this morning, police are confirming the suspect, ariel castro, fathered the 6-year-old girl born in captivity. abc's alex perez has been on the story since the beginning and joins us from cleveland with the latest. alex. >> reporter: good morning, bianna, good morning, dan. this is the first saturday morning in nearly a decade these three young women are not being held hostage and right now the focus is on remembering what exactly normal feels like.
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overnight five days after finding freedom michelle knight finally leaving the hospital. >> too much overwhelming knowing she's released and possibly i might get to see my granddaughter again. >> reporter: for now it's unclear where knight is staying. the hospital saying only she's in good spirits and asking for privacy. with michelle, amanda berry and gina dejesus now all out of the hospital gina's mother is inviting michelle to stay with them. the man accused of chaining and locking up all three women in this house for ten years is spending his first weekend behind bars. the infamous house on seymour street now being boarded up. this time not to hide horrors but to protect evidence that authorities say will help convict ariel castro. and dna tests performed by ohio's top crime lab now confirm castro is the father of berry's 6-year-old daughter born while the women were held hostage. all three abducted within five
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blocks of each other on this stretch of lorain avenue. paul kikka covered the case. >> the community turned out in force. there was a lot of fear. >> reporter: fear for craig brown and many others still feel fresh. >> i don't trust people like that anymore and, you know, i have a girlfriend that has children's woo talk about all the time don't trust anyone like that because you don't mow who you're dealing with. you don't know what their character is like. >> reporter: we learned ariel castro has formally obtained an attorney, a private attorney, not a public defender. investigators say they will spend as much time as it takes to determine every detail on what exactly happened here. dan? >> could be a tough case to defend. alex perez, thank you. we have a new wrinkle in the case of the two brothers accused of bombing the boston marathon.
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police say they have mounting evidence possibly linking the tsarnaevs to an unsolved triple homicide involving drugs and cash. this as we learn that the older brother tamerlan was buried in secret far from boston. and abc's gio benitez is here with the story. >> good morning to you. the murders we're talking about happened on september 11th, 2011. it's been a cold case ever since but right now investigators are poring through the evidence and wait till you see what they're finding. this morning investigators tell abc news there is mounting evidence both tsarnaev brothers may is had something to do with the murders of thee plane. brendan mess, eric weisman and rafael techen killing back in 2011 had no leads. >> they're looking for two assailants. >> it was graphic. all three men were killed by sharp wounds. >> the bodies covered in marijuana, 5 tu$,000 in cash
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nearby. brendan had been roommates with tamerlan. the two reportedly even training partners for boxing and mixed martial arts. now investigators tell abc news crime scene forensic evidence seems to point to the two tsarnaev records and cell phone records show they were in the area during the day of the murders. dylan remembers his brother. >> always happy, had a smile on his face. >> reporter: investigators don't have enough evidence to charge the surviving tsarnaev brother, dzhokhar for the murders. it comes hours after tamerlan's body was secretly buried at a small muslim cemetery in virginia. the woman who said she would find the bur ial lot will remember. >> we need to remember our common humanity. >> reporter: back to that 011 murder case, sources say until
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more definitive dna testing is complete too early to consider bringing an indictment jens dzhokhar. >> three families waiting for answers. gio, thank you. to ron claiborne for a look at the top stories developing right now. >> hey there, bianna and dan. we begin with breaking news. tense standoff in new jersey. a man barricaded himself inside a trenton home with multiple hostages, two reportedly dead a woman and child and police are in contact with him and trying to get him to surrender peacefully. that massive fertilizer plant explosion in west, texas. they launched a criminal investigation into the blast a month after it killed 14 people and devastated the town. the explosion had main been treated as an industrial accident. in newtown they made their recommendation for the fate of sandy hook elementary school and voted unanimously to tear down the school where 26 students and adults were killed late last
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year and to build a new school on the same site. next the local school board will decide whether to follow that recommendation. and fresh evidence this morning that years of efforts to reduce carbon emissions believed responsible for climate change are failing to get the job done. new numbers show that carbon dioxide levels reached a troubling new milestone and highest level in 3 million years. high levels will lead to major and potentially catastrophic changes in the climate globally and rising sea levels. a washington state man went a long running dispute with his neighbors. he went on a rampage allegedly with a bulldozer friday and damaged, this he say, police say four homes, destroyed a pickup truck and knocked over a utility pole temporarily cutting off you power to thousands. no one hurt and the man arrested. a little justice for sports fans who felt they were on the wrong side of a blown call by an umpire for a referee. major league baseball suspended
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an umpire for two games after his crew blew a call in a game on thursday. it was the second straight night that umps messed up. on wednesday another umpire and crew missed a clear home run. i don't know how they do these things. i've been down on umps a number of types but look at replays, the vast majority of time they get it right so we all make mistakes. i made a mistake in 1987, i remember it. >> you owned up to it. >> was a bulldozer involved. >> anger management memory. all right, ron. >> just kidding. of course, you're kidding. well, there is wild weather in the southwest to tell you about this morning. unbelievable lightning show caught on camera in houston. much of the city found itself underwater and for more on the weather we go to meteorologist ginger zee. good morning. >> there were more than 107 reports just yesterday. when we're talking about severe weather, it's been a slow spring
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but look in the northeast you have one pocket then, of course, in texas and where there are severe storms is lightning. listen to this. that is lightning and thunder, you're right, ron claiborne. he's good. on top of that that was around houston. you had water, tons of energy rushing under the streets and then this happened. so a crazy day in the houston area. had that manhole popping up and other the pocket happened in of the northeast and hail from western new york and that's what it looks like all in pennsylvania and new york too. let's talk about who is going to be on tap for severe weather today because that's what we have to be concerned with. the same cold front pushes to the east. i'd say from the mid-atlantic, norfolk, wilmington, the carolinas into parts of south texas and, of course, eastern florida so jacksonville going to be in the thunderstorms, as well. so severe weather potential that
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continues today. it would be mostly damaging wind and hail but, remember, lightning, one of the bigger killers too. i'll be back with the nation's forecast but for now dan and bianna. prince harry is waking up in the mountain time zone. here he is at a cocktail party in colorado. last time he was in this part of the world it got wild. there was that lost weekend in vegas but this time around things are very different and abc's lama hasan usually in london is on this side of the pond covering the story. >> yes, good morning to you. great to see you. it's a treat to be here so thank you for having me. day three on the prince's tour in denver, colorado. all eyes have been on harry to see what he gets up to and if he misbehaves i can safely say apart from unleashing the charm, it's been all business. prince harry's tour of america headed out west, his latest stop, denver, colorado. his royal highness charmed the
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crowd of politicians, ceos and dignitaries. one congressman even teased him about his way with the ladies. one very special lady, missy franklin got an extraordinary 18th birthday treat as the prince joined in a sing-a-long, everyone to wish her a happy birthday. ♪ happy birthday to you >> meeting prince harry on my 18th birthday made it extremely special. i love the royal family and i think they're incredible and to have the opportunity to meet him incredible. such an amazing guy, so nice, so funny, so down to earth and i think everyone enjoyed meeting him. >> reporter: he is spending a couple of days in colorado springs to watch the warrior games where wounded veterans from the u.s. and britain will compete, supporting and championing their cause which was on full display when the prince was touring the walter reed medical center before inon friday.
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support and comfort from this soldier to the other. well, the prince will be spending an entire day at the warrior games today meeting 9 wounded soldiers and competing and, of course, going to lunch before the opening ceremony and one note, check this tweet out to see the harry charm in full effect. missy franklin writing and the perfect way to end my 18th birthday, meeting prince harry. you can see her swoon in that picture. >> exciting. >> prince charming striking again. >> he will be a cool uncle. >> i think so too. >> see more trips like this and may forget about the whole party boy thing. >> i think so. school yard fights are not unusual but in florida this morning there is an uproar over this fight right here between two teenage girls caught on camera. >> here's why, a school bus driver under arrest and charged with child abuse for allegedly arranging the fight. abc's john schriffen is here with the details.
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hey, john. >> good morning. imagine sending your kids to the school only to have the bus driver encourage fighting then authorities say she told the students, get this, what happens on the bus stays on the bus but when just about every child has a cell phone parents and local sheriff's office soon saw the whole thing. some might say school yard fights are just part of growing up. but this is no school yard. authorities say it's actually the school bus driver's front yard. this morning, that driver, 29-year-old patrice sanders, is in jail because authorities say she is the one who set this fight up. come on, girl. what are you thinking? how in the world could you allow and promote and encourage children to fight? >> reporter: the brawl was captured on video by another student as kids rush off the bus
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to watch the two girls, ages 13 and 16 punching, quicking and pulling each other's hair. watch as one of the girls throws the other into a barbecue grill. authorities in florida say it all started thursday on the ride home from school when sanders saw the two girls arguing in the back of the bus. the driver allegedly telling the girls, this is going to be handled today. they need to fight. >> the 13-year-old telling them i don't want to fight. >> reporter: sanders allegedly skipped the rest of the stops driving 20 miles straight to her house and ordered all 34 students off the bus. even offering the two scrapping girls vaseline or baby oil so they wouldn't get their faces scratched much the sheriff's office said once the bus got going again, the two girls began fighting again. instead of putting a stop to it sanders allegedly pulled over to referee round number two. as a school bus driver for the past eight months but after being arrested charged with
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child abuse she was soon fired. now, her first appearance will be in court this morning, dan and bianna, interesting to see whether she'll plead guilty or fight the charges. >> the sheriff was remarkable. you rarely see -- >> come on, girl. >> you rarely see law enforcement talking like that. >> maybe the next dr. phil, thanks, john. >> thanks, john. well, for those of you eating your morning cereal you may want to put your spoon down for our next story. no surprise that more and more restaurants are adding exotic dishes to their menus these days, chefs all over are pushing limits but one place in florida is taking things to a whole new level and feeling the heat for their wild tacos. we sent abc's matt gutman to check it out. >> reporter: anything this good could cause such an uproar. taco fusion, the pride of tampa, well, sort of began offering them filled with fresh lion meat earlier this week.
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it hasn't exactly been a roaring success. the offering is being mauled by some animal lovers mostly online. >> coming in to the establishment and throwing punches and things like that, they'll bomb up, blow us up, i mean just silly, ridiculous statements. >> reporter: but barnett decided to sell even more lions, which is endangered but legal to sell and eat in the u.s. >> i just found a shipment yesterday of 50 more pounds of lion meat. >> reporter: only one thing for a reporter to do. that's lion meat, huh? how much does this cost a pound? >> 220 bucks. >> reporter: which means each taco, 5 bucks. there's my lion going right into a taco and the moment of truth. the flavor is good and i wasn't the only one, finding herds of folk on the hunt for some lion. >> same here because they were on the news with tacos that you normally wouldn't eat that you
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don't hear of so we wanted to come and try them out. >> reporter: they did. what's the verdict? but lion isn't the main afaction here. ostrich, otter and bison can all be found on the menu of this noah's ark of exotic cuisine where lions may be the kings of the jungle but camels are the kings of the kitchen. >> so. >> reporter: camel meat down the hatch. mm-mm. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, tampa. >> the better man than me. i would not eat many kale. definitely not. >> i think ostrich is as far as i'll go. >> also better than me. speaking of better than me ginger zee. >> you can pick up your spoons again. this won't gross you out. it might be a little scary for parts of texas, they had so much rain, look at the numbers, houston, that's at javy, 2.65, bottom, 5.5 and lake charles,
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almost 5 inches, the rain will keep going and going to the east and who will get it and how much. mobile to tallahassee is where we're in that one plus rank. might see flooding concerns there and more, of course, here in new york city, look at this live shot from wabc. it's a little stormy but not quite as bad as it was in some parts overnight but on and off rain showers, scattered showers we'll call it throughout the day. this is what you're going to expect numberswise. then interrupted it with the rain, 74, new york city, 75, philly, pittsburgh right there at 62. you see the coal front followed by another cold front and behind that it's cold. surprise, surprise. look how cold. real cold in rapid city at freezing, north platte, 46, omaha, 48 so looking for a lot of cool weather there, but the warmth at least for today is out in the southwest, los angeles, 80. san diego, 72 las vegas and they'll see a cooldown though going into the end of the wk
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started the week. here are all the numbers. so the hail was so thick in parts of texas it looked like snow. i have to show you this photo taken by brian james, actually chief meteorologist down in my affiliate where one of my students works. after the rain coming out of a thunderstorm in missouri. always when you're driving to see that clearing. thanks so much for sending these. do more at ging er shgs juner_z.
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we have a fascinating look at the world. researchers mounded cameras on bears to record their every move. the result, remarkable images of them touring towns in alaska and it turns out these guys aren't exactly picky eaters. here's abc's david wright. >> reporter: 98% of america's brown bears live in alaska. most of them grizzly bears. the smallest adults are about the size of an nfl linebacker. they have sharp teeth and they are omnivores. they eat everything. alaska also has a large number of black bears who may look like teddy bears but you wouldn't want to encounter them munching on your garbage. in anchorage it's enough of a problem that state wildlife officials wanted to understand what they do all day so the alaska department ofh d
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crittercams on black bears and grizzlies to learn what the urban landscape looks like to them. the answer, urban smorgasbord seen here from the bear's point of view. they learned bears like junk food including pizza but prefer wild food. for every hour they spend dumpster diving they spend too hunting for dandelions and they learned countermeasures work. bears avoid electric fences and other sorts of deterrents. watch him give the electrified fence a wide berth. interesting and relevant in other neighborhoods around the country where bears are known to go trolling for take-out and certainly fun to watch. >> get out, right now. go. go! >> for "good morning america," david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> she's fearless. she was yelling at that bear like it was her kid. >> i suspect the bears would eat
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camel tacos. inside the crime scene, exact replica in the room where jodi arias brutally murdered her ex-boyfriend. we'll show you things the jury never saw. also ahead a mother and child reunion. is paris jackson rebuilding a relationship with her birth mother debbie rowe. kate upton going vogue. how the hottest swimsuit on "volk" ended up in the most prestigious fashion magazine in the world. [ lorenzo ] i'm lorenzo. i work for 47 different companies. well, technically i work for one. that company, the united states postal service® works for thousands of home businesses. because at® you can pay, print and have your packages picked up for free. i can even drop off free boxes.
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♪ this girl is on fire >> yes, she is on fire. kate upton is arguably the hottest supermodel in the world. been on all kinds of magazine covers but now she's hit the top making the pages of "vogue." her tritt ticks say she doesn't have a body for high fashion and we'll tell you what she has to say to them. i think they are jealous. she looks phenomenal. >> i don't know much about high fashion but her body seems fine to me. ron? >> i agree with you. >> yes. before my wife sends divorce papers to the studio let me just carry on and tell you what else we have coming up on this saturday, may 11th. the latest twist in the long running jackson family saga. is paris jackson on the move shifting her family ties? this morning new details about
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her reunion with her birth mother debbie rowe. >> but we begin with the jodi arias trial. the convicted killer now waiting to learn her fate. the penalty phase in the trial begins wednesday. so many of us were captivated by the four-month trial filled with graphic details. >> so here's the question what really happened the night travis alexander was killed? abc news re-created his home and "20/20's" elizabeth vargas walks us through the scene now. >> reporter: what happened between this photo, travis alive, staring intently at the camera, to this photo suddenly slumped in the shower. one minute and ten seconds that changed everything. dan abrams, legal analyst for abc news, makes the case for the prosecution. so she's taking photos of him and asks for one final picture. at some point the prosecution says she gets a knife >> that's right. >> and stabs him. >> that's when it starts and he
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staggers to the sink, somehow gets here, trying to sort of balance himself. >> reporter: at the same time she continues stabbing him according to prosecution in the middle of his back, the attack continued. >> the attack continues. he somehow continues to try to get away and then around here right at the edge of the bedroom he collapses. >> and at this point she slits his throat according to prosecution and we know this because a massive blood stain on the carpet in this location. >> they believe that is what killed him. >> at this point she then decides to drag him back into the bathroom and balance herself she puts her hand up on the wall. at that point leaves a bloody palm print. >> very important piece of evidence because that's what placed her at the seen definitively in addition to the photographs. >> and she manages to drag him all the way back into the bathroom and this is where we find the shell casing. >> so he was shot at some point
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in the bathroom. >> self-defense or premeditated cold-blooded murder? it took just 15 hours of deliberation for the jury to decide. >> we the jury duly impaneled and sworn do find the defendant guilty. >> reporter: as relatives wept and crowds cheered, arias looked into the eyes of the jury that will now decide whether she lives or dies. in an interview she granted with a local station, she says she would rather face death. >> i said years ago that i'd rather get death than life and that's still true today. if i hurt travis, if i killed travis i would beg for the death penalty. >> reporter: arias is now on suicide watch. she says she wishes she could take it all back. >> i have a million regrets. i wish that it was just a nightmare that i could wake up from. >> reporter: and for the relatives of travis that's perhaps as close to an apology as jodi arias will ever come.
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>> the scene in which dan and elizabeth walks us through it. >> jurors weren't even privy to that. a lot of other breaks news and for that mr. ron claiborne. >> hi again. good morning, everyone. in the news the third kidnapping victim in cleveland, michelle knight, is asking for privacy following her release from the hospital friday. a dna test has confirmed the man who kidnapped, charged with kidnapping the women, ariel castro, is the father of amanda berry's 6-year-old daughter. lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are calling for an investigation into the irs. this after the agent i apologized friday for subjecting conservative political groups with the words tea party or patriots in their names to closer review. two astronauts on the international space station taking an unplanned space walk this morning. fixing the leaking cooling system discovered thursday and the repair job quickly planned. the crew is not in danger. a long forgotten resort town
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in argentina literally underwater for 25 years is becoming now a tourist attraction again. the town was flooded by heavy rainstorms and a series of wet winters back in 1985 but it recently dried out. speaking of weather over to ginger zee. >> not talking dry weather here. look at this video out of castroville. a lot of places had more than 2 and up to a half foot of rain in just one day. look at those big fat drops. houston looking a lot more clear at least this morning. a chance of a scattered shower here or there, 84 your high. new orleans goes to 79. jackson at 78, most of the rain going to move off into the mid-atlantic and certainly the more severe thunderstorms more of a mid-atlantic and southeast type thing. into the carolinas there. but, remember, these scattered showers some places along the gulf coast could pick up somewhere around an inch of rain and could see local flooding quickly. the warm-up we have to tell you
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about. minneapolis goes to 90 by tuesday. from 55 today. can you believe that? look at rapid city, 63 to 93 on monday. st. louis even getting up to close to 90 by the time we approach that midweek. that is a look at the big picture. a check a little closer to home. >> this weather report has been brought to you by thomas' english muffins. >> one of the best parts of being friend with a meteorologist, while everybody is getting local forecast we get a specific neighborhood forecast from ginger zee. >> you're right. >> for the upper west side of manhattan. >> any time. >> we'll have to have our luncheon side. we're having lunch today, ginger. >> i wasn't invited. coming up here on "good morning america," the latest 2kr5u78 ma in the jackson family. why is paris spending more time
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♪ beat it beat it ♪ no one -- >> never a shortage of drama when it comes to michael jackson's family. since her father died 15-year-old paris has made her share of headlines. the latest reports she now plans to live with her birth mother debbie rowe. >> but not so fast. an attorney for matriarch katherine jackson tells "the new york daily news" it's simply not true and is happy with living with her grandmother. abc's brandi hitt has the story. ♪ you are not alone >> reporter: the late king of pop's daughter paris jackson isn't alone. she's been spotted spending time with a rather unlikely individual, her birth mom. debbie rowe. >> our sorts tell us that paris as a teenager is going through some teenage issues and really wanted a mother figure around. >> reporter: michael jackson's daughter is now 15. paris and her brother prince along with blanket from a different mother have been watched over by their grandmother and guardian
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katherine jackson since their father's death in 2009. >> katherine jackson is a lovely lady but she's 83 years old. and this close to 70 years age difference. >> reporter: paris has been growing up fast and had a daily mail article and spread in "event" magazine. the past two were seen looking at horses at a california ranch then having sushi, even spent paris' birthday together. but why now? >> i think it's not only not surprising that a 15-year-old girl wants her mother. i think it's really healthy she wants that influence in her life. >> reporter: rowe married and had two children, prince and paris. later when they divorced rowe gave up all her parental rights reportedly. >> she allegedly got paid $8 million to go quietly into the sunset. >> reporter: she had visitation rights after jackson died but hasn't exercised them until now. >> paris reached out to debbie
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and wanted to be in touch with her. >> reporter: perhaps a relationship is blossoming between the two. for "good morning america," brandi hitt, abc news, los angeles. >> nice she could bond with both her mom and grandmother. >> why not? coming up here on the broadcast the story ron and i have been looking forward to all morning. is this a revolution in high fashion. who gave pinup girl kate upton the "vogue" seal of approval. keep it here on abc news. ♪
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♪ time now for "pop news" and host of "on the red carpet" rachel smith. we prefer when you're here with us. >> right. i'm solo in l.a. techno music. right, exactly.
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to get stuff cooking, the stunning kate upton is proving critics over going from swimsuits to high fashion gracing the cover of next month's "vogue." the curvy girl says there's parts of her body she can't change and doesn't care. i don't know what she would possibly change. she tells the magazine i feel confident with myself and if that inspires others to feel confident with their bodies, great. in addition to conquering the tour upton wants to do more movies and design lingerie. the new issue hits issues may 21st. >> listen to the haters. >> wear her stuff out totally. >> right. >> and listen up all you parents-to-be. having trouble picking a fame for your baby here's a little advice for you. go short. a new study by online career sites says people with shorter names on average earn more money and claims every additional letter means a drop of $3600 in
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annual salary. oh, my gosh. but there is good news if you do have one of those long names, using a shorter nickname can up your earnings potential so, dan and ron you're on the right track but those with five lers -- >> that's why i went from ronald to ron. >> and jake instead of jacob. >> ron claiborne harris. >> too much. >> too much, guys. >> all right. well, miss mariah carey may have the song of the summer on her hands. she has released a video for "beautiful" looking quite beautiful might i add and lead single off her upcoming album. she teams up with miguel for the vocals but the duo wrote and produced it and check out this chemistry on the video. i mean, first look at mirai yoo that's stunning. there's miguel in a really nice -- >> is nick cannon on set? >> you know, i'm not sure.
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i'm not sure but it is very steamy. great song too, i love it. >> rated r "pop news." >> it's risque, isn't it. >> wait till you see the next one. >> but this is actually her 13th studio album due out this summer and get this, guy, mariah kicks off the "gma" summer concert series on may 24th. can't wait. i will be front and center for that. i love her. finally something else i love. quite possibly my favorite video ever in "pop news." the new sensation as kid president has another viral hitch the 9-year-old ronnie novak has this adorable mother's day message. take a listen. >> mom inned world do you know how hard they work. from kids everywhere thanks for putting up with us and standing up and loving us. mom -- >> oh, love him. >> happy mother's day to all the moms out here. pretty awe many is, moms, you're awesome too, especially my mom.
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hey, before we go, watch the nba on abc, the knicks take on the pacers in game three of their playoff series, coverage starts at 8:00 eastern. thank you for watching abc.
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we always vote before we leave, what pictures are we going to leave you with. two of us voted for kate upton. three of us voted for -- >> kid president. >> and take a look. we'll see you tomorrow. >> cute.
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>> good morning, everyone. eats 5:00 a.m. on saturday. i'm katie marzullo. here's a quick look at the weather. >> good morning. the marine layer will fade-away so plenty ever sunshine and warmer air to overspread the bay. temperatures in the upper 40s to the upper 50s right now in the bay. by the afternoon, look at the spread. quite a summertime spread but the cool upper 50s at the coast with the clouds lingering at the shoreline to near 90 in our warmest inland valleys. there will be a few high clouds from time to time. otherwise with the warmer air mass we are on our way to a pretty nice weekend with the warmest air for today and mother

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